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Appearing in "The Little Black Box!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Little Black Box!"Edit

A postal employee working in the dead letter office gets a duplicator that has been lost in time from the year 2000. He makes a duplicate of himself to leave with his nagging wife, but the owner of the object shows up to take it back to the future with him. He trains the device upon our luckless protagonist and he vanishes, to be reborn in the year 2000.

Appearing in "Who Dares to Enter!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Who Dares to Enter!"Edit

same story as the Ditko story in Tales to Astonish Vol 1 25

Appearing in "Where is Death?"Edit

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Synopsis for "Where is Death?"Edit

Satan warns one of his sailor minions to get off a ship sailing the Sargasso sea because he has rewarded his minion with immunity from death at sea in exchange for his service. The sailor laughs at the Devil's warning that there are worse things than death and tells him he's not afraid, but the ship breaks up and his body drifts forever in the Sargasso without dying.

Appearing in "The Luck of Louie Nugent"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Luck of Louie Nugent"Edit

A child is born as a jinx and is there at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attack. He tells his commanding officer in the army that he feels all his life his bad luck has been building towards a terrible climax so he is defecting to the Germans in order to curse them. As the war draws to a close, the officer writes a letter to the boy's father explaining his defection and his belief that the strange curse may have aided in bringing about an allied victory.

Appearing in "The Scientists!"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Scientists!"Edit

same story as the first story in Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 10

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